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Utopia of Homosexuality (Manhwa)

Utopia of Homosexuality

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Dongsong esanghyang
Japanese: 동성이상향


Type: Manhwa
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 22
Status: Finished
Published: 2002 to 2003
Authors: Lee, Sang-Eun (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.301 (scored by 512 users)
Ranked: #50542
Popularity: #5303
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At first, one of the main characters thinks back to childhood in which the person and another promised to marry. The story then starts from there 10 years later. Jung Suk Ha and her male best friend she met on the internet, Park Bong Bin aren't exactly entering their new high school together as "normal" students. Suk Ha's first love was a girl, while Bong Bin's first love was a guy, and they are both homosexual, in which the chatroom they first met at was called "Same Gender Paradise" (the word for same gender, "dohngsung," can also literally mean homosexual).

Before school starts, Bong Bin and Suk Ha sneak into the school office and change his school name to Hyobin Park (the reason is that the name Bong Bin can usually be twisted into "bongpahl," an insult/joke sort of name). While Suk Ha has her sights on the rigid and somewhat psycho, yet extremely beautiful Dani Un, Bong Bin finds himself getting along well with a guy, that was spying on Dani, named Oojean Dong; and they both call each other Jean and Bin for short. As Sukha tries to figure out and get close to Dani, she discovers a guy that seems to always be around her, named Jeesup Kim. Later on, the story gets complicated, as people from Sukha and Bin's past appear and a twisted love story of Dani unravels.

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Ha, Jung Suk
Ha, Jung Suk
Bong Bin
Bong Bin

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Aug 9, 2015
Utopia of Homosexuality is a really good manhwa. And since I haven't seen anything that really sums up the whole story, I thought that I should try while giving my opinion. (FYI: This isn't a yuri, yaoi, shonen-ai, or a shoujo-ai)

Story: The story is about 2 homos that start going to high school. Jung Suk (the female protagonist) and Bin (the male protagonist). They never went to the same middle school, but they talked online in a chat room called "Utopia of Homosexuality" ( I guess that's where the title came from). Jung Suk says she's a lesbian because her first love was a girl read more
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Feb 13, 2010
I was just bored a saturday and found this mangwa, it's a amazing story. I was reading all 3 volumes at 3 hours, i know i'm slow. but usal i only read 1 volume of manga pr. day but this was one had a very good story and a suprisining ending, i loved the art of the story and it get better and better, bong bin gets hotter and handsome later the story. I order all of you who likes a cute and funny and a outstanding story to read this series!
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